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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • essence, both today's lecture and that of tomorrow will be
    • course throughout the day — if we are not actually void of
    • thought. Throughout the day we have concepts; and, when we grow
    • taken possession of him during the day, and which he always has
    • life of day impart to us do not appear in dreams, this proves that
    • look back upon any good will impulses during the day, the effect of
    • following day our concepts of the preceding day confront us again;
    • remorse, we sense this the next day in our body as weakness,
    • preceding day through our good moral impulses. In reality nothing so
    • preceding day in the form of good moral impulses. We may say,
    • science is so specially beloved in our day because in it thought is
    • is taught today; this would not have been understood by any one
    • Today it is possible by
    • enthusiasm for aesthetic and moral ideals. But the speech of today
    • by our larynx as it is today. But such a power of spirit will one day
    • possible today that a person may be very keen intellectually but
    • battle together, all against all. Even those who develop today the
    • has developed intelligence today and who shall neglect the succeeding
    • reached their climax. Whereas a person can be very dangerous today by
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • Since we spoke yesterday of
    • The joy which comes to meet us today ought to kindle in us the will
    • stick against another person in days gone by. Yes, it is you yourself
    • aspects of the super-sensible life we mentioned yesterday is that of
    • mood of serenity during the day, acceptance of his destiny, and thus
    • day. One can suffer the pains of martyrdom from the terribly
    • afraid that the pharmacies might be closed for Sunday when she
    • impulses to himself. Just as we explained to you yesterday that human
    • one day appear: that is, that those who are shrewd and immoral will
    • this at present — could not develop such magical words. Today
    • possible today.
    • prepare that which will one day take place upon our earth.
    • to occur in future. Whoever has the opportunity today to devote
    • the mysteries about which we can learn today. It rests upon me



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